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Gwinnett’s Cooperative Food Ministries are stepping in to fill a food insecurity void left when Gwinnett County Public Schools pauses its meal deliveries during spring break. Find the zip codes and corresponding co-op serving your area. 

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Burnette Elementary School fourth grader Jaycen Melendez set down the piece of poster board he was holding for a few minutes to throw a football with his dad at the entrance of the Chattahoochee Run subdivision in Suwanee. After a few days of cold weather, rain and digital learning it felt g…

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CPS driver Mohammed Zakania and his monitor Nicole Foster said they are abiding by public health guidelines as strictly as possible. At the same time, they realize the importance of these meals to local kids and the need for consistency during pandemic prevention efforts.

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Gwinnett County Public Schools delivered more approximately 18,000 meals on 498 bus routes on Monday, and expect to deliver more later this week. Buford City Schools also got help from administrators and its central office to help pack and deliver meals to students. 

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School closures due to the COVID-19 outbreak mean millions of parents and guardians who have grown accustomed to sending their children to traditional schools are now faced with the task of educating them at home.

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The state spelling bee is still on for Friday. Families are asked to limit their attendance to three people, including the student. The stage will be expanded to allow more space between the students and microphones will be wiped in between spellers.

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Gwinnett Technical College announced it's foundation received a $10,000 grant from Verizon to fund engineering and business technology scholarships.

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Gwinnett County Public Schools recognized principals of the elementary, middle and high schools with the highest teacher attendance for the 2018-19 school year. The school in the county with the highest overall attendance was given the Superintendent’s Cup.

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ATLANTA — A popular program allowing dual enrollment in high school and college classes in Georgia would get new restrictions under legislation that gained final passage in the General Assembly on Tuesday.

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